Perhams Green Lodge,Timber lodge,2 Bedrooms,Devon

Perhams Green Farm is a non-working Farm located in an AONB, surrounded by beautiful countryside. » More about our location

Dogs are welcome and there is a 9 acre walking field on site.

Two dog-friendly pubs within a 20 minute woodland walk, as well as a lovely farm shop with café.

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Perhams Green Farm is a non-working Farm located in an AONB, surrounded by beautiful countryside. » More about our location

Dogs are welcome and there is a 9 acre walking field on site.

Two dog-friendly pubs within a 20 minute woodland walk, as well as a lovely farm shop with café.

The Lodge is fully heated and has a double bedroom with en-suite shower room, and a king-size bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.

Just a few minutes by car from Axminster, Colyton, Lyme Regis and Seaton; the bespoke timber lodge is perfect as a base to explore the Jurassic Coast and the beautiful surrounding Countryside.

Perhams Green Farm is a non-working Farm located in an AONB and there are lovely views both from the lodge, and the adjacent 9 acre walking field.

Four-legged friends are welcome, but must be pre-booked please. There are two dog-friendly pubs within a 20 minute woodland walk, as well as a lovely farm shop with cafe.

As the area has very little light-pollution, it’s the perfect place to star-gaze.

There’s no WiFi in the lodge because we’re too far off the beaten track for a decent broadband connection, but 4G reception is good.

Property Features

Your Holiday Home comes with the following:

2 Double bedrooms

1 Bathroom

Bespoke timber lodge ideal for two couples.
Hot tub
Wood-burner
AONB
Lovely rural views
Peaceful location
South-facing private deck
Dogs welcome
Walk to pubs and farm shop/cafe
Buzzards, Owls, Butterflies and Bees.
Short drive to Jurassic coast
Good 4G reception, but no WiFi due to our poor broadband speed.
Low light pollution for star-gazing

Property Pricing

Property Pricing:

Due to covid restrictions we’ve disabled online booking. Please email with your preferred dates.
Prices are from £150 to £200 per night for four people, depending on season. There’s a two-night minimum stay.

Owner Details

Contact the owners:

Email using the contact form on the owner website

Map

Extra Info

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